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What Happened Last Night? These Bandages Will Give You the Perfect Excuses

by Hazel Chua
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Don’t remember what happened last night? That’s probably because it didn’t end very well. But aside from having to deal with your scrapes and bruises, the biggest problem you have to deal with is your parents (if you’re still young) or your significant other (if you’re already married.)┬áBut what better way to rattle off your excuses than by bandage?

What Happened BandagesEach ‘What Happened Last Night?’ tin contains 25 excuses bandages to cover up any boo-boos and explain what happened in the process.

I don’t think kids will really get the concept of these bandages and I doubt you’d want to give these to them anyways (one of the band-aids say ‘beer-related incident.’)

What Happened Bandages

These hilarious bandages are available from the Fancy for $15 (USD).

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